Election Fraud

Maine's Angus King Backs Susan Collins for Re-Election
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Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine is backing his moderate Republican colleague, Sen. Susan Collins, for re-election.

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Poll: More Than Half Approve of Hillary
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Most Americans have a favorable view of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and think she will win the 2016 presidential election, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday.

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Bill Clinton Warns Democratic Candidates Not to 'Run Away' From Obamacare
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Former president Bill Clinton offered a vigorous defense of Obamacare today, while sending a message to election-year Democrats who’re inclined  to put some distance between themselves and their vote for the Affordable Care Act.  “I think it’s a terrible mistake for people who voted for…

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Officials Say Conyers Lacks Signatures to Get on Ballot
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Longtime Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., will not be on the ballot for re-election this year after failing to secure enough valid signatures ahead of the Aug. 5 primary, election officials said Tuesday.

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Vulnerable Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu Gets a Shout Out From First Lady
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Facing a tough re-election bid, Louisiana Democratic Sen. May Landrieu has gone to great lengths to distance herself from President Obama — even bragging about standing up to the president for his reluctance to approve the controversial Keystone pipeline. But apparently Landrieu’s qualms with the…

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Pension Mess Poses Test for Emanuel
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Chicago’s underfunded municipal pension system is posing a new test for Mayor Rahm Emanuel, on the eve of his re-election bid.

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Seib: Public Mood Spells Trouble for Democrats
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For Democrats, the 2010 midterm election was like a bad dream, but the party has reason to sleep uneasily: Public attitudes today are remarkably similar to those just before that election disaster, Gerald F. Seib writes.

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